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|16th Daytime Emmy Awards|
|Presented by||National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences|
The 16th Daytime Emmy Awards were held on Thursday, June 29, 1989, on NBC to commemorate excellence in daytime programming from March 6, 1988-March 5, 1989. The awards aired from 3-5 p.m. EST, preempting Santa Barbara. Again this year, the awards ceremony was a joint presentation of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (NATAS) on the East Coast and the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (ATAS) on the West Coast. The ceremonies and live telecast was held at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City. The non-televised Daytime Emmy Awards presentation for programs and individual achievement, primarily for excellence in creative arts categories, was held four days earlier on June 25. The ceremony did not have a formal host, but was announced by Don Pardo.
Winners in each category are in bold. Two winners were recorded in the Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Daytime Drama Series category, as a tie was recorded in the race between actresses Debbi Morgan and Nancy Lee Grahn.
- The $25,000 Pyramid - A Bob Stewart-Sande Stewart Production for CBS (Syn. by 20th Century Fox Television)
- Jeopardy! - A production of Merv Griffin Enterprises (Syn. by King World)
- The Price Is Right - A Mark Goodson Production for CBS
- Wheel of Fortune - A production of Merv Griffin Enterprises for NBC (Syn. by King World)
- Win, Lose or Draw - A Kilne & Friends Production for NBC (Syn. by Buena Vista Television)
- Karl Geurs, Mark Zaslove, Bruce Talkington and Carter Crocker (The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh)
- William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, Tom Ruegger, Ray Patterson, Lane Raichert, Bill Matheny and Laren Bright (A Pup Named Scooby-Doo)
- Bob Hathcock, Jymn Magon, Bruce Talkington and Len Uhley (DuckTales)
- Margaret Loesch, Jim Henson, Bob Richardson, John Ahern, Karen Peterson, Rudy Cataldi, Al Kouzel, Chuck Downs, Hank Saroyan, Sindy McKay and Larry Swerdlove (Muppet Babies)
- William Hanna, Joseph Barbera, Paul Sabella, Ray Patterson, Don Lusk, Paul Sommer, Bob Goe, Carl Urbano, Glenn Leopold, Sean Catherine Derek, Kevin Hopps, Bill Matheny, Reed Robbins and Ernie Contreras (The Smurfs)
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